Now this is good story-telling and story progression. It's also a mighty fine example of how good audio-acting, when included, can truly make a game come to life.
Overall, Gemini Rue is like some long, lost, unpublished sci-fi detective PKD novel come to life through a 16-bit video puzzle-solving adventure game. It stood strong and compelling from beginning to end, and unravelled nicely throughout--right up to a great end. The graphic scenery really sets the moods throughout, from ghetto and dirty, and dreadful and oppressive, to sterility and tranquility, and to openness and lonliness. Every aspect of this game blends very well with each other. The developer commentary scattered throughout adds a nice, revealing and funny touch.
I highly recommend Gemini Rue to all gamers who enjoy an adventure game with a solid story, that knows how to tell that solid story, and contains audio actors that breathe life into the characters that create the solid story. Truly, this is one you will not rue over.